Students During Break

TRAUMA-INVESTED STRATEGIES

Focusing on Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation for Secondary and Post-Secondary Students

RELATIONSHIP

ARTICLE FROM NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH: JAN 2021

Examines the concept of teens' "new rites of passage": regulation and relationships

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EDUTOPIA ARTICLE

This article provides practical ways to integrate relationship, responsibility, and regulation within a secondary classroom. 

Using A Student Survey for a Trauma-Informed Class | Edutopia

EDUTOPIA ARTICLE

This article shares three ways to build relationships in a secondary classroom, whether students are in-person or remote learners

3 Ways to Build Relationships in Middle and High School Classes—in Person or Virtually | Edutopia

RESPONSIBILITY

EDUTOPIA ARTICLE

This article highlights how offering retakes in a secondary classroom can nurture growth mindset, which reflects students' sense of responsibility.

3 Ways to Build Relationships in Middle and High School Classes—in Person or Virtually | Edutopia

EDUTOPIA ARTICLE

This article explores how to use Teams in a secondary hybrid classroom to foster collaboration. Through the activities, students can demonstrate responsibility

How a High School English Teacher Uses Microsoft Teams in a Hybrid Classroom | Edutopia

RESC ALLIANCE JULY 2020 PRESENTATION SLIDES

Slides from presentation delivered in July 2020: "Beyond Hearing: Listening to Student Voices through Anonymous Surveys"

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REGULATION

ARTICLE FROM NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH JANUARY 2021

Examines the concept of teens' "new rights of passage": regulation and relationship

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RESC ALLIANCE PRESENTATION SLIDES: JULY 2020

Slides from presentation delivered in July 2020: "Growth Mindset and Regulation"

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SOUERS & HALL (2019) TEXT AS A RESOURCE

The text, Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation (2019) by Kristen Van Marter Souers and Pete Hall has informed much of the work shared on this website. 

Review the contents at: Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation (ascd.org)